*LIVE REMOTE ONLINE OFFERING* PRACTICAL SIGIL MAGIC
January 24 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$35.00
ZOOM CLASSES OPERATE THE SAME AS IN PERSON CLASSES. WE DO NOT RECORD CLASSES TO PROTECT THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OF OUR TEACHERS.
PLEASE NOTE: This class is not an in-person class. This class is being offered as a LIVE ONLINE-ONLY OFFERING. The zoom link will be attached to your receipt. Please check your junk folder in your email if you do not receive a receipt. If you have not received one please email email@example.com. Please register ahead of time to ensure that you make it to the online session on time! (Class times are in MDT time zone)
Class fees are non transferable, please note that we stick to the student agreements clicked on during registration. Please ensure you are able to attend the scheduled class time.
Registration will close one hour prior to class starting.
In this class, we’ll experiment with sigil magic from a practical, results-based perspective, that can be incorporated into any tradition. Drawing upon the reductionist method of English surrealist artist Austin Osman Spare (1886-1956), we will travel through the process of sigilisation from intention to construction. This will include how to language statements of intent to work with energy blockages, your nervous system, and shadow. Additionally, we will explore the creative power of working with lunar cycles, sabbath, and symbols that exist all around us. Note: This class will be based in a contemporary sigil practice and will not delve into the sigils, signatures, and symbols seen in the Keys of Solomon, or planetary seals.
John Moletress (they/them) is a queer-identified artist, educator and witch. With a background in performance art, sound technologies, social justice, and somatic psychotherapy, they practice witchcraft through a somatic and trauma-informed lens. Current embodied research practices involve the construction of sound environments and digital instruments for use in ritual and sigil magick, which you will find on Instagram at kraftwitch.